TrueCar Inc., an online automotive information and communications platform, today released a study which concludes, that depending on the vehicle you purchase, the hundreds of extra dollars paid fo
How much fuel does an electric car or exotic hybrid save if nobody buys one? A snide question yes, but that is the sad fact of the automotive industry.
General Motors showed a company year over year growth of 11.8% in March 2012 but while Chevrolet and GMC both saw sales grow based on a comparison against the same month last year, Cadillac and Bui
Today IBM announced a pilot project that will identify the possibilities of connecting two neighboring metropolitan areas – Bratislava, Slovakia, and Vienna, Austria, with a “green” highway.
Springtime always brings about an increase in performance cars and with an unseasonably warm February, that trend started early in 2012 with Ford and Chevrolet showing significant increases over Fe
Chevrolet is out to attract young buyers with the new Chevy Spark.
The Nissan Leaf started 2012 by beating the Chevrolet Volt by a narrow margin in January but since then – the battle between the two bestselling mainstream electric drive vehicles has been all Chev
Think heritage and legacy. The Chevrolet Impala has proudly worn the image of the leaping African antelope for which it was named as an emblem in some form since its debut in 1958.
The first-generation Impala dates back to 1958 when it was first introduced by Chevrolet.
This recall, which is set to begin on or around April 4th 2012, affects select 2012 Chevrolet Express vans and Suburban full sized SUVs along with the similar 2012 model year vehicles from GMC (Sav
Does the 35 miles (or so) electric range of the Chevy Volt mean that Volt owners are limited to 35 miles of electric driving per day?
Essentially, new compacts and subcompacts (not to mention luxury vehicles) as time goes by, will increasingly require that the buyers phone is smarter than the car.
The National Highway Traffic Administration has announced that it will be investigating consumer reports of fires in the Chevrolet Cruze and Jeep Wrangler.
What's interesting about the press release, though, is what Callaway chooses to skewer in its parody.